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OUR CLOTHING-M. GUTMflN \ CO.
Our Clothing TRIUMPHS OF THE TAILOR'S ART. Our Fall ai Stir Trait MAGNIFICENT ! Before we proceed with what must prove to bean astonishingdescription of our elegant Fall Suits and Overcoats, it would be a pleasure to state that long strides toward perfection have been attained by tiie celebrated makers of our presentstock. \ * If'e thoRannppStfw.kftf thfi Tnwn 11 0 Lliu lpujiiiui uiuuiwi tuu A v 11 xxi OUR VARIETY IS UNLIMITED. EVERYTHING THAT'S NEW! EVERYTHING THAT'S NOBBY I EVERYTHING THAT'S STYLISH! EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD! In Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats. In prices we have no competition. M.Gutman&Co., % Comer Main and Twelfth Streets. diASst. * 1.UVI lk7i FIMNITURE?ALEXftlMDER FREW. ^"WHEN PURCHHSINO FURNITURE, Variety and pricp are the main features, and by taking a look through our immense stock of New and Attractive Designs you will be sure to buy, as the prices are so low as to be within the means of everv one. alexTrew, DEALER IN Furniture, Carpsts, Oil Cloth), Linoleums, Window Sliides, &cM 1117 Main Stroot. BLANK BOOKS, ETC. A Stationery, "Wall Paper, Bnbv Carrinses, L>a*y Cooks, Journal?, ledgers, Cash and Trial Balance Hooks, Ken- j1 ' *n ord* and dockets, Memorandum and Pass liooks, Flat opening Journals anil Lodgers, made from West* nrn linon papers, guaranteed llrstj can give you some bit; bargains in !3IjiV3\r3i: 2300KS: dura Books In store. AH the Host Inks and Mncilane made. Steel Pens iV'iblvu-i i o; all kinds. Sole a??nt for Leon ^ laaacks CoA^ celebrated ^ GliU'iFountain Pons. Excelsior Stooping - '* ^ CnnehoH for babit*. Largest stock DIIPITAM ?catm?stovrt. with down ami Kro.ile,t v,rk,v in the State. PUKIIAN, SmSV,tqraur!,l^'..S aiw other gas stove. Moderate in prloe. ChII and cxumlno thorn. SOLDItKTAII.ATWKOLKSAI.ETRICKS. NESBITT & BBO, nofl i:J12 Market Street. JOSEPH CRAVES, ""'TWnlf,hS'r"t- ? GROCERIES 1 ETC. PICTURES A ART MATERIALS. l30!i MKI> 11'KHH VXI:AN* I'OKTS. tt iKltEOSCOi'iC Vikws a t:.. TwinSereo- BxpiwSteamship O i oolumtoia ?:??r T,nt I \rl1I learj New York fur N.iplo. and C.onoovlx 'WOanT.XJ'S IF" rvxxt' '.|KI rs, TIIUll?l>AV. Noroiolarau. 9 -NO . ,.n s?u *,_? ' | T<"*?? I T? *" rickets for sale at? NICOLL'S ART sToitK. i H. F. BEHRENS'. no15 4 Market street, j uo'21 ?-l7 Market street. YERY FINE PICTURES.' The Intelligencer's Portfolio ol Vlew3 Highly Praised HOW CBN THEY BE GIVEN 80 CHEAP? Is tho Only 'Wonder Anybody Ex* presses?Numerous Inquiries About Them Kecctved Yesterday?Everybody Should Inspect Tliein for Himself, and TUeu Everybody Will Want Tliein. Yesterday score? of inquiries wore rc C01VUU ill. UIO 1XTKLLIOKXCBB UiUUO cvmicerning tho World's Fair views which tho paper proposes to furnish (to its patrons only, of course) at a nominal prico. Many people called and looked at the samples on exhibition at tho In** tellioencf.r counting rooms, and all were pleased with them. A prominent photographer looked at them and said they were marvelously faithful reproductions of tho original official photographs of tho greatest show tho world ever saw. Tho Intelligencer wonld prefer that all should call and look at tho pirturos for themsolvos. Nobody's complimentary remarks can convey to another tho clearness and'beauty of tho half-tone views. Theyaro in ali respects a* dosirablcas tho photographic views thornsolve?, and by tho Intelligencer's plan they cost less than the ono hundredth part of the price of photograph*, not counting all the complete ami excellent descriptive manner which accompanies theao portfolios. The plan by which thewo pictures aro distributed is fully explained on tho third page of this morning's paper. Tho cash outlay required to secure them would not pay tho pontage, yet tho Intelligkncek will be clad to send thorn to as many subscribers or purchasers of the paper aa desire to aond (or thein. ABOUT l'KOPLE. Struugnrs In tlio City ami Wheeling Folks Abroad. Sheriff-elect Kichnrds, of Allegheny county. Pa., came down from Pittsburgh yesterday, accompanied by Col. Dave Hardy, of MclCeesport, the well known Republican politician of that city. Mr. Richards was busy all day yesterday shaking hand* with old Wheeling friends and making now acquaintances, all of whom extended him hearty congratulations on his splendid triumph in the recent election, in which he overcame a combined opposition and was elected by 17,000 plurality. "Our Country Cousins" are at the Bebler. Peter Salmon, of Charleston, is at the Stainra. J. E. Watson, of Fairmont, is at the Windsor. Col. R. E. Fast, of Morgantown, is at tho McLuro. Frank Brown, of Now Martinsville, is a Bohler arrival. H. J. Iioss, of Littloton, is in the city, stopping at tho Bohler. J. R Wilson, of Volcano, registered at tho Stamni yesterday afternoon. ' Martin Thornton has removed his family to No. 1305 Market street. W. II. Barkor, manager China, Glass and Lamps, of Pittsburgh, is here. Georgo June, manager of tho Gua William* company, is at tho McLure. A. L. Heffnor, of Fairmont, registered at the Hotel Bohler yesterday afternoon. II. J. Snodgrasa, of Newton, and P. C. Snodgrass, of Tariff, are at the Stamm. J. B. McCline, a Moundsville lawyer, u-o? in town vostcrdav on loiral business. Major Walt S. Cowan, of St. Clairsville, is hero for tho first tiuio sinco tho election. Mrs. G. B. Thompson of Sisteraville, was in the city yeaterday and registered at tiie Uolilor. C. Schumann and wife, of Chicago, aro at tho McLure. Mr. Schumnnn is an old time friend of Mr. J. G. Iioflman. State Superintendent of Free Schools Virgil A. Lewis, of Charle.ston, arrived in town yeaterday and registered at tho Stamm. Mr. C. Schnepf rotu'rned Inst evening from a business trip to Pittsburgh. While there he visited the United States signal office. D. P. Davis, of Cincinnati, superintendent of tho Fifth division, United States railway mail service, and Thomas Babcock, chief clerk, of Columbus, aro in the city. The Toronto, Ohio, Tribune says: Mrs. Flora Williams, tho prima donna of Wheeling, who hat delighted Torontoniana by her fine singing, will bo here next Thursday evening?Thanksgiving ?nnd sing at tho entortainmont given by tho ladies of tho Presbyterian church at the opera house. She is a singer of rare ability. The Waynesburg, Pa., Messenger says: "Mr. and Mrs. William Logan, of Wheeling, W. Va., will accopt congratulations of the Messenger along with tho numerous other friend* tho pair have in this place. 'J ho bright little daughter ,is hearty and handsome and tho parentshavo a right to be happy." To which tho Washington. Pa., lieporter adds: Mr. Logan was formerly of Washington, whore ho was born and raised! Will Confer wltli President ISnggnlcy. TM? morning Messrs. C. B. Mart, P. B. Dobbins and A. T. Young, tho comraittoe appointed by the citizens' committoe to confer with tho officials of tho United States Glass Company relative to tho purchase of tho flint glass factories here, will go to Pittsburgh to see President Baggafov. Coughs nnd colds kept off by taking Simmons Liver Regulator to rcgulute the avatom. "Tin Sent" li^ood. The Wheeling Bakery will give an elegant thrco-blnded' penkuife, or a beautiful doll, to any littlo boy or girl who will save the Tin Seals from 100 loaves of their broad. Senls must ho presented at tho office oi tho Bakery, corner Main and Twentieth streets. Always ask your grocer for "Tin Seail" Bread. Wni'e, Trance and Tent Medium. Independent alato-writiug, scaled messages answered, business, marriage, divorce, law, love, luck, unites tho poparatod, gives success. Tho only medium in tho city. 2015 Chapline streot. Kod star cars to door. Parties out of tho city, send mo a self-addressed, stamped envelope, (business eizo) ior free advice. If you have never boon able to find glasses to suit your eyes, Consult without charge, Prof. Sh'efl, tho only Optician in tho city, at his now quarters, 1110 Main street, next door to Snook & Co. DJtW SHOES-ALEXANDER. WE ARZ ? "THE ONLY PEOPLE!"? ^Jlavlng tbo right to sell W # Strong and Carrol's# ^Mcn'a High Grudo ^ | \ Cordovan Shoes, i ' J The best fine Shoe that can J ^ ^ be produced from leather! ^ ^ A strong statement, but ^ v we are prepared to prove it # S ALEXANDER, 5 ^ ?Shoo Seller,? \ ^ ?;0+9 Mnfn Street.? ^ ^ If You Head It iu our J ^ "fld." it's so. ^ NEW CAIl HEATER. llolnj; Tried on the Wheeling Electric Cars. Mr. FrankMcCarty, of Martin'* Ferry, wiio is blacksmith in the .'Etna-Standarc! mill, tried one of his patent street car heaters on car "W" on tho Wheeling electric railway yostorday, nnd it worked admirably. Coke fs'tho fuel , and only two or three bushels are ~u*ud ' daily. The furnace is under one end, between tho steps and wheels, with a sheet iron top. Over tho burnfng coke are two tubes which carry tho hot air to a pipe and over to tho register which is . in the bottom of tho car and irt the center. The heater is made of cast iron. Tho heater placed on tho car kept it well heated all day yesterday, and was favorably commented upon by tho passengers. Tho heater seems to be a great success and is built at a low cost. -Mr. McCarty, Who is a first class mechanic, has boon working on tho hoator for fully two years, and hasat last, it seems, aucceoded". Tho Combine is Formed. The Ohio Valley Sower Pipe Asaocia tion wag organized at Torn to, ? ounes- . day night, by electing T. E. Anderson, 1 ef East Liverpool, president, who has ( power to appoint tho other ofiicera. 1 Steubenville was choson as headquartera of tho association. It will now bo 1 interesting to read tho comments of tho ( papers which denied that such a combine was on, when tho Intelligencer annonnced it exclusively about a month a?o. 1 w?^ Rosy cheeks ore j ? //. not niado from < tho outside. Pure i blood, an active J Kft /f hver, good apnotito ana digestion ~~ these are tbo ~things that give them. And tticso I oro the things that ^ you get with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. 1 First and foremost and above all things, it purifies tho blood. Not only in March, I April, and May, when tho sarsaparillas claim to do good, but all tbo year round, it cleanscs, renews and invigorates tho system, rouses every organ into healthful action, ana drives out blood-poisons of every namo and nature. For the worst forms of Scrofula, tho most stubborn Bkin and Scnlp Diseases, such as Salt-rhoum, Eczoinn, Totter, Erysipelas, and ail diseases or disorders caused oy a torpid liver or impuro blood, nothing can equal it ?? fi rpmedv. If any thing could, it would bo ffuaran- . tfrd, just as tho "Discovery" is. If that fails to benefit or euro, you hare your monoy Kick. Is any thing that isn't sola in this way likely to bo " just as good ?" Soo that you get too genuine medidiio. DIFD. BAILEY?At Melrose, Mass., on Tuesday, November 21,18HJ, William Bailey, lu the 03<1 year of his ago. Funeral from his Into residence, at 'Melrose, Muss., Friday alternoou, November H. HELM BRIGHT?On Wednesday. November 22. j893. nt 10:15 o'clock p. m., Katiikrinf.,' daughter of I* H. and Kate llelwbrlght, aged G years, o months and 8 days. Funeral will take place this (Friday) afternoon at 2 o'cloek, from the residence of hor parcnts, No. 23 Sixth street. Interment at Mt. Calvary cemetery. CUNNINGHAM?On Thursday, November 23, 1893, at 2:50 o'clock p. m.. Mr*. Sakaii CinMNGiiAM, mother oi Mrs. 8. B. McKco, aged 70 years. Funeyal notice hereafter.1 UNDERTAKING. J^OUIS 13EUTSCIIY, (Formerly of Frew Bertschy). FUNERAL DIRECTOR And Arterial Embalmer, 111? Jlaln Street. KaHSlde. Hills br telephone nmwored day or night Store totophono, Co: residence. a!W. apJ7 T?ENNEDY F. FREW, (Graduate of U. S. College of Embalming), Funeral Director and Embalmer, ?WITII? ALEXANDER FREW, 1117 MAIN STREET. Telephone 229. 217 Cl LOOK Cloak Sa nm: Having bought York City their nm enabled to offer THE LATEST S From Thre = regular pric THESE WRAPS A J. S. Rl II ?% 1152 CHAIRS. ETC.?G. MENDEL A. CO WE HAVE JUST UNPACKED ||L J A LARGE INVOICE OF |f ' ~ MAHOGANY 3HAIRS, DIVANS, ROCKERS, rABLES,PEDESTALS, LADIES' DRESSERS, &c., + ++ + + + * Suitable for Holiday Presents. -?. ?. The man of fifty years ago who bought Mahogany Furniture left an heirloom in his family, which has since brought its weight in gold. Mahogany is always a safe investment, but never more than in these times, when it bears the imprint of Fashion, and is numbered among the right sort of things of to-day. G. MENDEL & CO. WRAPS-GEO. E. STIFSL &_CO. The weather indications Are for colder. Now you want to be prepared * for the worst when it comes, so don't put off your purchasing WINTER WRAPS any longer. ?WRHPS Every new and stylish Wrap of this season has been epresented in our stock. Some lines, in which we have :losed some of the sizes that cannot be duplicated, have jeen 2 2 J MARKED AWAY DOWN. S ? i less :han half their value. These include Ladies' and Misses' Garments. We lead in Furs of all descriptions. Our FUR CAPES, in the various styles, are pronounced by all ju.dges to be the best in the city. Muffs, Thibets, Trimmings and Tippings. All only first-class. Don't buy a Seal Skin till you have consulted us. We will give you a better fur for less money than you can buy elsewhere, and guarantee a perfect fit.' np I A PPP R'^s Celebrated Sanitary Underwear Ulx. JAEUCI\ O is sold only at our stores. Geo. E. Stifel & Co. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-P. GUNPLING 6L CO. Every Man^a^ Who likes to droia well at a small expanse (and what man doos not) hould seo the eplondid varioiy ol MKX'S and BOYS' Cl.OTll IN"'* wo display, and compare our prices witli what others ofl'cr. "Beyond the shadow ot a doubt" our immense I'all and Winter stock is full ol rare and choice bargains. Every dollar will bring you all the merit 100 cents can buy. Neckwear Novelties. Tho season's newest nnd protticat conccita in MEN'S TIES are now on our counters. You want the best of course. This is the time to make your selections, then. You'll find we've had in mind your ideas of price as well as beauty. ESyi.onk at our east window. Elaborate display of Neckwear and Bouts' Kids. D. Gundling, & CO., Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 Twelfth Street. OAK SAIE-J- S. RHODES & CO. I YOU HBRE I ^ leh=-Cloak Sale! from the leading Cloak House of New entire sample line of Cloaks, we are . Extra Inducements to the trade. TYLESOFLADIES' JACKETS e to Eight Dollars less than e. It's Like Finding Money ! BE ALL FINE GRAPES AND NEWEST STY"^ ^ SODES & CO. ST BEET. ^ ^ I